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[Rogers Wireless] 30GB / $85 Infinite Share Plan

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Oct 11, 2013
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[Rogers Wireless] 30GB / $85 Infinite Share Plan

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Hi Everyone,

30GB Rogers Infinite plan is available for $85. 10 GB more than the outgoing plan, for a limited time. No matches with Telus or Bell as far as I can tell, plus Rogers doesn't cut off your hotspot when you reach the high speed limit.

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Newbie
Jul 3, 2014
81 posts
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BC
I talked to the mobility guy at Costco and he said Rogers is like 3G after the limit hits. Was he wrong? I haven’t seen anywhere on Rogers site saying it is still LTE speed.
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May 2, 2008
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Mississauga
I wonder if my Corp 30% stacks with this.
Vinh
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Dec 18, 2017
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Vancouver, BC
How the hell did we go from all 3 offering 25GB for $45 to 30GB for $85 within a week?

Oh nevermind...forgot, it's because we're in Canada!
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Newbie
Oct 12, 2018
19 posts
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bahadur wrote: I talked to the mobility guy at Costco and he said Rogers is like 3G after the limit hits. Was he wrong? I haven’t seen anywhere on Rogers site saying it is still LTE speed.
It's supposed to slow down to 512kbps. I believe they have a little more leeway though. Have a friend who is with them and still get max 1mbps on reduce speed.
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Oct 26, 2007
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bahadur wrote: I talked to the mobility guy at Costco and he said Rogers is like 3G after the limit hits. Was he wrong? I haven’t seen anywhere on Rogers site saying it is still LTE speed.
from my experience once you hit the limit its like dial up. unless you have the patience for it, its basically unusable for some. (15-30 seconds for a page to load) doesn't seem like alot, but when you click on anything and you're waiting that long it to load it seems like eternity (i know we're spoiled)
again if you have patience you should be fine.
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Aug 13, 2019
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bLuPhYrE wrote: from my experience once you hit the limit its like dial up. unless you have the patience for it, its basically unusable for some. (15-30 seconds for a page to load) doesn't seem like alot, but when you click on anything and you're waiting that long it to load it seems like eternity (i know we're spoiled)
again if you have patience you should be fine.
It's only enough to do some emails and send messages. Don't try to open a video or playing an online game lol
Newbie
Jul 3, 2014
81 posts
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BC
wreign wrote: It's supposed to slow down to 512kbps. I believe they have a little more leeway though. Have a friend who is with them and still get max 1mbps on reduce speed.
bLuPhYrE wrote: from my experience once you hit the limit its like dial up. unless you have the patience for it, its basically unusable for some. (15-30 seconds for a page to load) doesn't seem like alot, but when you click on anything and you're waiting that long it to load it seems like eternity (i know we're spoiled)
again if you have patience you should be fine.
Redcontrollers wrote: It's only enough to do some emails and send messages. Don't try to open a video or playing an online game lol
So essentially useless. That’s annoying. Should not be throttled that hard for that monthly cost.

Thanks for the info.
Newbie
Nov 5, 2013
20 posts
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Saint John
I honestly still don't understand these new unlimited plans. First they were non shareable but kind of are, now they are shareable but every line needs data. Can someone honestly explain how these new plans work because even speaking with sales reps these don't make sense.
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Jul 23, 2011
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Gatineau
bahadur wrote: I talked to the mobility guy at Costco and he said Rogers is like 3G after the limit hits. Was he wrong? I haven’t seen anywhere on Rogers site saying it is still LTE speed.
I was getting less than 500kbps
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Jr. Member
Apr 15, 2010
191 posts
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Toronto
uh.... The $45 plan was a winback plan and the $85 is an in-market plan. Apples and oranges.
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Feb 26, 2006
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emann56 wrote: uh.... The $45 plan was a winback plan and the $85 is an in-market plan. Apples and oranges.
25 still available?
Sr. Member
Dec 26, 2012
803 posts
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Toronto
I got this plan for my wife and I think it is a good deal if you need data. She was paying $85/month for Edge plan with 20gb and just paid off her iPhone X after 2 years ($40/month) but her plan will continue to be $85 with no hardware upgrade possible.

This is the same price but with 10GB more. She could go down to $75 20gb to save $10/month, especially since her plan is not eligible for hardware upgrade.

I have the $60 15gb plan + 5gb data so this doesn't make sense for me and I'll buy iPhone 12 outright but for my wife who didn't get in on the $60 15gb + bonus data plan, this is the next best thing.
Newbie
Apr 6, 2020
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bahadur wrote: So essentially useless. That’s annoying. Should not be throttled that hard for that monthly cost.

Thanks for the info.
Have you considered moving up to the 50 GB plan? Clearly if your needs exceed your plan, it's not Rogers fault.

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